Jul 24, 2014 · 6:30 PM
Our next speaker, Austin Zheng, known for writing one of the first open-source apps in Swift (an adaptation of the very popular mobile game “2048”, that quickly garnered over 1,200 stars on Github!
Austin will walk us through how he built the app and what he learned about Swift in the process. He will discuss pattern matching, some of the game logic that Swift's features made easier to work with, and maybe a brief comparison against the Objective-C version he wrote originally.
6:30-7pm: Doors open. (ENTER Through the entrance on Park Ave via the parking lot). Light refreshments and snacks.
7pm: Talk + Q & A
Post Talk: We'll head to, Antonio's Nuthouse (a few of blocks away) to continue the conversation over beers.
• There is plenty of free parking available at the Aol building (entrance through Park avenue).
• 3 minute walk from Caltrain “California Ave.” station.
• There will be at least one uber-x car heading to the the city (SOMA) post event. If you'd like to ride-share, contact [masked].
The meetup will take place at the auditorium on the ground floor.
The only door open will be the one in the back of the building. Enter through the parking lot on Park Ave.